Susan Boyan

Susan Boyan, LMFT, has been working as a psychotherapist with families and children for over 38 years. Susan provides workshops and trainings through the country and abroad. In 1997, when the CPI was formed, she began providing professional parenting coordination training. In addition to her regular practice Susan provides divorce coaching, coparenting, parenting coordination and family mediation. She is respected in the field as an expert on high-conflict divorce, child development, parental alienation and parenting coordination. She testifies in court and has written several professional articles in her area of expertise. She has been awarded Clinical Membership in the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and is a member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Court

Kathleen Bellamano

I have been providing training and facilitation for over 30 years, working as a dispute resolution professional in private and nonprofit practice for almost 20 years and I am a Registered Social Worker. I am a Parenting Coordinator with the BC Parenting Coordinator Roster Society, a Chartered Arbitrator, Chartered Mediator, and a Certified Comprehensive Family Mediator. My focus is working with high conflict situations and helping families make durable resolutions in ways that will minimize costs, promote effective communication and support children. I have a lot of experience working across cultures and with diverse and complex families and groups.. I use web based video conference and teleconference options as well as email when appropriate to minimize cost and maximize efficiency. I live, work, and play on the as a visitor on the traditional territory of the WS'ANEC' (Saanich), Lkwungen (Songhees), and Wyomilth (Esquimalt) peoples of the Coast Salish Nation in Victoria, BC, Canada